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Unlike other universities, sorority women at Northwest do not have houses in the community. Instead, each sorority has a designated area in Roberta Hall. Roberta Hall is Northwest's original residence hall and has a rich history. Roberta is home to the ladies of Alpha Delta Pi, Alpha Sigma Alpha, Phi Mu, Sigma Kappa and Sigma Sigma Sigma. Each sorority is assigned a wing in the hall that they make their home with sorority specific information, symbols, and mascots. Along with assigned wings, each resident sorority has a chapter room that they may use for their own general purposes, such as study space, meetings and sisterhood events. Roberta is designated as non-smoking.
For more on the history of Roberta Hall, visit Northwest Archives. This page includes a video presentation on the rich history of Roberta Hall.
### Roberta Hall
635 University Dr.
Maryville, MO 64468-6002
Roberta Hall is specifically for upperclass, sorority women. Freshmen cannot choose Roberta as their hall selection. Room assignments are designated through sorority standards and requirements.